Weather Forecasts

Click on the map above for detailed weather graphs on specific locations. Below is a 5 day forcast for the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Turks and Caicos Islands: 5 Day Forecast

Ahoy there, me hearties! Gather 'round as I chart a course through the weather for the Turks and Caicos Islands, from the rugged shores of Mudjin Harbour in Middle Caicos to the bustling docks of Boaby Rock Point in Grand Turk, and the sun-kissed sands of Grace Bay in Providenciales. Let's hoist the sails and delve into the forecast, shall we?

Wednesday, April 17, 2024:
The day be startin' with fair winds across our beloved isles. Ye can expect an average temperature of 'round 77 degrees Fahrenheit in the mornin', with the winds blowin' from the northeast at a gentle pace of 16 miles per hour. The seas be kind, with waves averagin' about 5 feet high, a fine day for any sea-farin' vessel. Clouds be scarce, coverin' no more than 10% of the sky, and the rain be but a light sprinkle, not enough to dampen the spirits of any buccaneer. As the sun climbs, the winds may pick up a tad to 17 miles per hour, and the waves hold steady, makin' for a consistent sailin' experience.

Thursday, April 18, 2024:
By the powers, Thursday brings another splendid mornin' with temperatures holdin' steady at 76 degrees Fahrenheit. The winds be blowin' from the northeast at 16 miles per hour, and the waves be gently rockin' at 5 feet high. The skies be mostly clear, with cloud cover increasin' to a moderate 10-13% as the day progresses. Rain be rare, with no more than a light drizzle in the early hours. The afternoon promises fair weather for all manner of ocean endeavors, from fishin' to divin'.

Friday, April 19, 2024:
Arr, Friday be a day for the sea dogs who favor calm waters. The mornin' temperature be a cool 76 degrees Fahrenheit, with northeast winds blowin' at a comfortable 13 miles per hour. The waves be a bit more subdued at 4 feet high, makin' for smooth sailin'. Clouds be coverin' the sky at 100%, but fear not, for the rain be just a light touch. The afternoon sees the clouds partin' to reveal more sun, and the waves remainin' favorable for all sea activities.

Saturday, April 20, 2024:
Avast! Saturday be a day of two tales. The mornin' starts with a slight chill at 76 degrees Fahrenheit, and the winds be steady from the east at 15 miles per hour. The waves be at a gentle 4 feet, but take heed, for the rain be pickin' up throughout the day, though it still be light. By afternoon, the temperature rises to a comfortable 77 degrees Fahrenheit, and the waves be the smallest yet, at 3 feet high, makin' it the best time for settin' sail.

Sunday, April 21, 2024:
On Sunday, the winds be blowin' from the east at a brisk 15 miles per hour, with temperatures holdin' at 76 degrees Fahrenheit in the mornin'. The waves be at 4 feet, and the skies be mostly clear with a slight chance of rain. As the day wears on, the winds may increase to 16 miles per hour, but the waves stay true at 4 feet, providin' a consistent condition for all manner of maritime merriment.

Now, let's cast an eye over the best times to take to the waters, based on the smallest waves:

1. Saturday Afternoon: With waves at a mere 3 feet, 'tis the prime time for any sea-farin' adventure.
2. Friday Afternoon: The waves be calm at 4 feet, and the skies be clearin' up nicely.
3. Thursday Morning: A fine time to set out with waves at 5 feet and a gentle breeze.

Remember, me hearties, for the full treasure trove of weather knowledge, set a course for!

And now, for the tides of Mudjin Harbour, Middle Caicos:

- Wednesday: high tides: 04:05 AM / 04:37 PM / low tides: 10:46 AM / 10:19 PM
- Thursday: high tides: 04:59 AM / 05:35 PM / low tides: 11:31 AM / 11:22 PM
- Friday: high tides: 05:47 AM / 06:23 PM / low tide: 12:10 PM
- Saturday: high tides: 06:29 AM / 07:05 PM / low tides: 12:18 AM / 12:44 PM
- Sunday: high tides: 07:08 AM / 07:43 PM / low tide: 01:08 AM / 01:15 PM

May fair winds and followin' seas be with ye all!

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